[Snort-users] Simple FTP login request rule - just not so simple to me!
mkettler at ...4108...
Thu Apr 1 15:53:01 EST 2004
At 03:41 PM 4/1/2004, JPP wrote:
>Anyone have a rule to capture and alert on FTP login requests ONLY?
>The rules we currently have capture either all FTP's inbound and generate
>a lot of entries at times, and the standard rules in ftp.rules which to
>this point have generated none.
>A rule I have tried (in several variations) goes something like:
>alert tcp any any -> $HOME_NET 21 (msg:"FTP Password/Login attempt" \
> flow:to_server,established; content:"Password"; nocase;)
>I fooled around with the wording,
>added content:"USER"; nocase;
>added content:"ogin"; nocase;
>and still not a single hit when I log onto a server. I SEE Password: when
>I log in manually so obviously something in my logic or my general
>understanding of rules is lacking.
>Any wise rule writers out there that can assist would be greatly appreciated!
Your head is turned around looking backwards... :)
All those strings don't go to the server... they come _from_ the server and
go to the client.. so of course your rule isn't firing..
Re-write your rule's sense of direction using something like this instead:
alert tcp $HOME_NET 21 -> any any (msg:"FTP Password/Login prompt outbound" \
flow:from_server,established; content:"Password"; nocase;)
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